Bonifacio is also implied to be a national hero
because his birthday every November 30 is considered a national holiday.
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is also going to bring out a 2nd anniversary design in July of 2013, to commemorate the 31 heroes
Electric, which falls under the umbrella of Hero
Eco, has recently been developing and testing its products in Europe and North America.
to Others Near and Far," the author talks about how helping others can make you a hero
Although we often think of heroes
as somehow larger than life, a hero
can be someone in your everyday life," Rhodes tells JS.
When we say a particularly clutch athlete is a hero
, we're using a slightly different definition.
There appear to be no well-defined criteria or serious reviews of the whole of architectural production that guides the making of a new hero
Beowulf's magic sword, Roland's Durendal with relics of the saints on its hilt, Charlemagne's Joieuse from which the Franks took their battle cry "Monjoie," and most famously Arthur's Excalibur are part and parcel of every myth of every hero
of the past.
Should we not bring forward as a national hero
Emma Goldman, one of those Wilson sent to prison, or Helen Keller, who fearlessly spoke out against the war?
Daniel Boorstin, the former Librarian of Congress, argued in his 1962 book The Image: A Guide to Pseudo-Events in America that the concept of transient celebrity is replacing the concept of the true hero
, who serves as a role model and exhibits moral leadership.
As one might deduce from its title, From Trickster to Badman: The Black Folk Hero
in Slavery and Freedom is of great interest for folklore scholars and history.
These six individuals and their teams have provided over $1,000,000 in Hero
Rewards[R] savings to 1,150 heroes
in their local communities, using the Homes for Heroes
Ngayon, sabi hindi siya hero
(Now they are saying he's not a hero
For outstanding children whose achievements, courage or bravery make your heart burst with pride.